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My visit to KL is never complete without a visit to this temple. For any Hindu, the first and foremost god is Ganesha, and I am no exception to that. As per the saying “ believe in god and do your duties properly - rest...More
The place is really crowded with Indian devotees and panhandlers. The footwear must be taken off and kept by the temple workers.Indians are charged 50 cents and non-Indians a dollar. Clear discrimination. The swamis are great and so is the staff except for Indian drunkards...More
Generally considered the third most important Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur, this atmospheric place began its life in 1897 as a simple shrine in a British colonial official' garden. A sacred Bael tree remains from those early days. The temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha,...More
Locate near my hotel, i was buying food around the temple. I dont know why people gather and going to the place, until i know it was a Hindus Temple. Lol, again I fully respect to malaysian people, they can pray and keep respect to...More
Its a place where Hindus worship. So please respect and follow their instructions well. This place will only require you to be around maximum 30 min. A few clicks of pictures and walk around thats all. But please respect. Good luck 😀